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6-6 / 305
Backup guard played in 11 games with starts against Ball State and Texas ... had 44 knockdowns on 344 snaps ... had a 100 percent pass blocking grade against Florida State, Texas A&M and Baylor.
Part of a season-long rotation at guard, had 81 knockdowns on 500 snaps ... started the first two games of the season ... had 10 knockdowns against Utah State, Florida State and Colorado ... graded out a season-high 86% vs. Oklahoma State.
Versatile guard who played in all 13 games while starting seven on either the left or right side ... played 718 snaps, third highest on the team, was second on the team to All-American Trent Williams with 79 knockdowns ... season-high 93 plays at Nebraska ... knockdown best was 12 at Kansas ... top outing was an 80% grade on 80 plays against Oklahoma State ... notched a season-high 88% passing grade in that game ... his 80% run grade at Miami was tops by an underclassman during the season.
Saw action in seven games as a reserve offensive lineman ... had a season-high four knockdowns against Nebraska.
Named to the East Texas all-state team as well as the AP all-state team in 2006 ... elected all-district three years ... chosen to play in the 2008 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... recorded 24 pancake blocks in two games as a senior and 208 pancake blocks in his high school career ... allowed just one sack all four years as a starter ... coached by Travis Smith.
No. 2 run blocker in the nation (Rivals.com)
No. 3 offensive guard in the nation (Scout.com)
No. 7 tackle in the nation (ESPN)
No. 29 overall player in the nation (Rivals.com)
Parents: Kim and Tommy Good ... multidisciplinary studies major ... wants to become a strength coach.